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[software]StormFighter - Maddox Games
STORMFIGHTER is present as  fighting  game.  Here  it  is  notnecessary  too much "think" over the map of battle operations.Much better on full speed attack the ground and air  opponent,even  if  they  surpasses  by  number.  The  determinative  ispossession by flight experience.  Of course,  some time you'llneed to think how is better to attack the targets  and  to useyour own strategy and tactic of the battle...The airplane,  which present in the game,  is a fantasy fligh...
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Simulation games
Downloads: 84
[software]Z.A.R. Demo - Maddox Games
Z.A.R. is  Zone of Artificial Resources.  It is used by humans as  abase  for  mastering  distant  space  -  production  factories whichmanufacture  space  rockets, robots, artificial satellites and other"iron"  for  expansion  to  other galaxies,  controlled  by computernetwork.  As  you've  probably  already guessed,  where there is thenetwork,  there  is the  failure of the computer system...
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Action games
Downloads: 19
[software]IL-2 Sturmovik Demo - 1C:Maddox Games
The Russians called it "the flying tank," the Germans called it "Black Death," and you will call it the most exciting and realistic combat flight experience you've ever had. Designed by Oleg Maddox, a former Russian Air Force employee and one of the industry's most highly respected flight sim creators, IL-2 Sturmovik recreates the harshest and deadliest air battles of WWII's Eastern Front.
Keywords: Windows games; Vintage computer games; Simulation games
Downloads: 63
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